Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

by Matt Chatterley Matt Chatterley

Christmas Tree Steve and I would like to (as we do every year) take this chance to wish all of our clients, contacts, collaborators (including co-conspirators!) and readers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

2014 has been very different for us and I’d say it has been the most challenging year ever, for all the right reasons. One highlight was the ‘Island Innovators’ unconference in April, which gave me the opportunity to mix with some remarkable people from all over the world – and has served as our inspiration ever since, but we’ve also been fortunate to work on some really interesting projects for our clients as well.

As some of you may have noticed, we’ve been very busy over recent months – and those of you who are booking work into our diary for 2015 have discovered that there’s a bit of a wait for dates at the moment; this is something we’re actively working on, both in terms of the availability of skilled resources and the way we manage our diary. We will generally do everything we can to accommodate you– but we are encouraging clients to get in touch and make their requirements known to us as early as they can, to help us meet expectations.

2015 will see big changes for us as we move into the next stage of our journey, which we hope will continue to be as exciting as it has been since that fateful day in 2006 when Mattched IT Ltd was officially formed.

Christmas & Holiday Closing

We will be closing for the holidays on December 19th 2014, re-opening on January 19th 2015.

While we are closed, essential support will be provided to existing clients as normal via, or New enquiries and other correspondence will be handled as quickly as possibly upon our return.

Comments (1)

  1. Phil de Gruchy

    Merry Christmas Matt! A month off! You lucky, lucky man. :)

    by Phil de Gruchy (@phildegruchy)

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